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Citizenship. By Gertie Johnson, Convent School Candelo. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 26 November 1910

citizeisiiB. By Gertie Johnson, Convent School Candelo. ' Not the possession of rights but the energetic use of them makes the citizen; the real freeman is he who finds fulness of development in and through active civic life. Freedom is therefore, only to be found in democracy in so far as it brings the conditions of such develop ment. These conditions are : The earning of a sufficient livelihood, (2) the condition of health, necessary for work and other service, (3) the need of a sound family life, (4) sharing politi. cal duties, (5) religious life, and (6) education and living contact with the , things of the mind.' Citizenship is not real till all these influences have, not in name but in substance, entered in tne life of the citizen. The two chief hindrances to good citizenship are indolence and selfinter est. Many of the mojt successful business men neglect to register theii^ votes simply through indolence. Hundreds of remedies have been sug gested to Create good citizenship, b...

Publication Title: Southern Record And Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Children's Corner. ESSAY COMPETITION. CONDITIONS OF COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 26 November 1910

Children's ©oreer* mmmammmm CONDITIONS OF COMPETITION. 1. Open to all children of botli sexes, 15 years and under, resid ing within the Federal Electorate. 2. Each Competitor must write upon at least ten of the chosen Subjects to be eligible for a Prize. 3. Essays, not to exceed 500 words, must reach us on Monday of each week to ensure Publication. 4. Each Manuscript will be numbered, and minus the writers name, passed on to the Examiners. 5. The Three Best will be Chosen and Published, with the Author's Name and School attached. 6. Teachers may assist scholars in such details as Punctuation, but are asked to endeavor to induce competitors to depend entirely upon their own powers of thought and expression. Ik LIST OF SELECTED SUBJECTS.^ DATE. SUBJECT. WRITERS' i\rAMES. Aug'. 20 Prominent Australians (Past and Pre- C sent.) ( 27 'School Friendship.' SEPT. 3 ' Eden and Its Port. ( ,, 10 ' Courage, Physical and Moral.' ( „ 17 Original Stories.' ( 24 'Up-to-date Inventions.' ( OCT. 1 'A...

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A NEW USE FOR BABIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 26 November 1910

k NEW USE FOR BABIES. 'Wot do ye think,' said a sailor, 'of usin' babies for bait ?' We hove done it in Ceylou.'' 'Babies for bait ! Fish ing for shark ?' 'No — crocodiles. Babies bait is the only thing for croco diles, and everybody uses it. Ye rent a babv down tllfirfi fni* 9c n rlotr Of course,' the sailor weut ou, 'the thing ain't as cruel as it sounds. No harm ever comes to tho babies, or else, o' course their mothers wouldn't rent em. The kids is simply set on the soft mud bank of a crocodile stream, and the hunter lies near them — a sure' protect ion. The crocodile is lazy. He basks in the suu in mid-atream. No£l.inf will draw him to the shore where we can pot him. But set a little fat naked baby on the bank, and the crocodile soon lises up. If ho comes, a greedy look in dull eyes, and then ye opeu fire. Some Cingalese women makes as much as 8s. a week out o'rentin' there babies for bait.'

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By Clarice Gorman, Convent School Candelo. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 26 November 1910

By Clarice Gorman, Convent School Candelo. By citizenship is meant the rights of a citizen, but few people seem to realise how beneficial it is to their country when they exercise these rights. The possession of tljese rights is the only way , to become a citizen. A man can not Decome cue owner oi a piot or grouud by simply being presented with many yards of wire fencing, so there fore a peisou cannot become a citizen unless he or she makes use of the rights conferred on them. A civic right is not only a duty but is also education, but some people seem to run away with the idea that education is only serviceable to professional men. Of late years the government is be ginning to find out the necessity of education to every citizen and is there fore giving them every opportunity. The education necessary for happy family life is one in morals and manners aud it also includes intelligence. A stupid man is looked upou as brut al, and a brutal person is a bad citizen, so we can see how ne...

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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 3 December 1910

cricfiet. The cricket match played locally last Saturday between Bega and Candelo resnlted in a very ugly defeat for the latter. Candelo batted first and made 79, of which Rev. Walkden Brown accounted for a respectable half-ccntury not out, all the rest were clean bowled Bega's recovd was something out of the common. They compiled 324 runs from five 'retired' batsmen, R. jj loin field being chief scorer with 129. Following are the scores : — Candelo. Rev. Brown not out ? 50 W. Henwood .b Batemau..„ ? ? 1 T. Pike b Bateman ? ? ? 8 J. Hogau b Simpson ? u I O. Tortioo b Simpson ? ? 0 R, Bofiuger b Simpson ? 4 E. Bright b Simpson ? ? ? ? (- K. Tait b Simpson ? ? 0 C. Mitchell b Simpson. ? ? u Sundries' ? ? ..... ? ? ? 5 79 Bowling: Simpson 7 for 33, Bate man 2 for 24, H. Wren 0 for 15. Bega. U. Blomfield, retired ? ? 129 II. Wren, retired ? 73 Simpson, retired ? 73 W. Wren, retired ? 24 Uoates, retired ? 2 Sundries ? 23 324 I

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 3 December 1910

General News. A thousand cattle and 50 horses were blown into the sea at La Grange Bay, and all the buildings were demolished during the recent cyclone. At one station 300 cattle were killed. * * # It is said that the ultimate object of the District Nursing Association is to have a nurse in every country town and one for each district surroundinsr the town. * # * The City Council has refused the application of the Sydney City Mission for permission to make a street collec tion in the city ou the first Saturday in December. * * # Things are about to boom at Nimity belle. A gaug of navvies are camped a little out of the town, and every pay day can be calculated as a stream of coin to the business of the town. Last Saturday night was considered the busiest hotel night ever experienced in Nimitybelle, and 'tis said that in the good old days it took some beating.— Bemboka Advocate. * # * In response to au appeal by Cardinal Moran at Pymble on behalf of St. Mary's building fund, the sum o...

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Almost Successful. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 3 December 1910

Almost Successful. The world is full of people who are al most successful. Here is a man who .s almost a lawyer, but not quite; here :s a notber who is almost a physician, but is neither a good druggist, a good surgeon, nor a good dispenser. An- I other man is almost a clergyman, or about half way between a farmer, or a tradesman, and a clergyman. Another is almost a teacher, but not quite com petent to take charge of a school or an academy. We meet, every day, people who are almost somethiug, but just a little short of it. if these people under take anything, they never quite finish it; they never quite complete their courses at school ; they never quite learn a trade or profession. They always manage to stop just short. of success. We encounter people every where who are almost happy, almost philosophical, almost religious yet never belong to any class or sect. They never know just, where they stand ; they are not quite anything. 'Almost' is a dangerous word. It has tripped up man...

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"The Lowest Cur on Earth." [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 3 December 1910

'The Lowest cir on ! Eirtl.' A wordy warfare took place in the Assembly at the latter end of last week, on the subject of Mr. Holman's failure to produce the departmental report in connection with the empauelliug of the Bowline iurv. Mr. Wade said the Attorney-General had declined to give any assurance that he wonld table the departmental report. He (Mr. Wade) found, according to Hansard, that Mr. Hoi man interjected and said the hon. member could have every papei\ He now rose to ask that the Attorney-General table the reports he had received from the officers of his department iu regard to the jury panel. He challenged the hon. member to pro duce that report. If Mr. Holmau did not do it he would brand him as a coward throughout the State. (Up roar.) Mr. Holman had before him at that lime full information as to what took place with regard to the report from the police. He suppressed those from the press, aud gave the press re presentatives a garbled version of the facts, so that peo...

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Old Age Pensions. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 3 December 1910

oil A§e PeasiMs. ? ? 6 ? In reply to a communication from Mr. Woollett of this town, re old Ago Pensions, Mr. Austin Chapman for wards, in company with a report com piled by him, the following extract, which has been hauded to us for publication:— The controversy re the Old Ago Pension question is a burning and regular one, especially as regards who was responsible for making this benefi cent measure a live one. However, the facts concerning Austin Chapman's connexion with it show that he was either the first or among the first to publicly move in tbe matter. In 1891, when he first sought the Suffrages of the Braidwood Electors, his programme which was vex-y democratic, contained as one of his main, planks Old Age Pensions, and many 'of the present Electors of Eden-Monaro well remem ber his impassioned appeals from tbe public platform for^some fair help for the aged poor. This he followed up consistently aud persistently in the Press and Halls of Parliament, ' ah though at the time ...

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World-Wide Cleanings. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 3 December 1910

W®ni-Wlfie Gleanings. Only 17 applications were received for the 31 farms in the Hardwicke Estate, Yass, resumed for closer settle ment, and ouly 12 have oeeu taken up. What's up ! 4* 4- -L ' * ' The German Emperor has advised his military cadets to become abstainers and predicted that victory in the next war will go to the nation with the least consumption of alcohol. «L X 4. 1 ? ! t Queen Mary's gift to the Congregat- ' ional bazaar in aid of the poorex- dis tricts of London is regarded as a unique distinction, and the Free Churches are deeply grateful. t t t If your baby is teething during the Summer months you must guard against dysentery and bowel complaints. Keep a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholei'a and Diarrhoea Remedy in the house and at the first unusual looseness of the bowels give it a dose.* =- 0 + + + + + + The table with pen and inkstand used by Queen Victoria in signing the Federal Constituation is in the vestibule of the Federal Parliament, Melbourne ; and now A...

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Sparks from the Anvil. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 3 December 1910

Sparks from the Anvil. Love makes service a delight. # * * There is no stronger tonic than hope. # # # .Joys are our wings ; sorrows are our spurs. * * # Hope is like the suu — it is brightest after a dark day. 4k 4fc £: A man is a fool whose plans all' end this side of eternity. Take things as they are and proceed to make them better. * # # Live, as it were, on trust. All that is iu you, all that you are, is only loaned to you. Make use of it according to the will of Him who lends it ; but never regard it for a moment as your own. # # # Guard within yourself that treasure — kindness. Know how to give with out hesitation ; how to lose without regret ; how to acquire in your heart, by the happiness of those you love, the happiuess which you, yourself, might have missed. # # * We cannot enter heaven as those who pass in a crowd. God deals with souls as men deal with sovereigns, which they examine and weigh one by one. * # # It is better to yield a little than quar rel a great deal. =&...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 3 December 1910

DREADED AN OPERATION. TORTURED. BY PAINFUL SORE FOR -5 YEARS. A Sure And Speedy Cure By Zam-Buk. Miss A Howell, of 99 Duke Street Burnley, Melbourne, Vic., says: — 'When I was ten years of age a lump formed behind my ear. causing a fearful amou nt of pain. This was put down as a cold in the ear aud was treated ac cordingly, but it did not g-;t better. As I grew older I berime deaf iu one ear, and the lump felt like an abscess. My people wished me to be operated on at the hospital, but to this I would not consent. The lump became larger and more painful, so much so that I could not sleep at night and I cried continually throughout the day. My health was affected generally, and this state of things lasted till I vras fifteen. I could not bear the thought of going to a doctor, fori dreaded that he would cut me. We used everything we could get. including liniments, oils, ointments, and syringing was also tried but all these did not give me the east re ief. ' My people then made me comme...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 3 December 1910

A Paper for the People. ? ' mw! ^tertfe^n ? f 1 Printed at Candelo. J Issued every SATURDAY. .... Circulated throughout the . Southern Districts. mi - ??mi ? Stands for no Party , but forPrinciples. Panders to 110 class, clique, or corporation Lives and labours for Truth, for the best interests of the community, and for the highest good of the people. aters for all tastes and temperaments and times, and has ?Representatives in all important, centres in the Electorate. Aims to be an educational force, a social bond, a moral in fluence, an up-lifting power in the community. laims to be clean, reliable, outspoken, useful, interesting, up-to-date, and alive to the requirements of its readers. Hopes and strives to be worthy of the patronage of every home within reach of its influence and the benefits it bestows. Expects to receive all the support it earns. Tlie Subscription to this Journal is £1 perjasmum, e— gTTX' tt_U ^-85 We give Great DISCOUNT for all WS^B ADVANCE PAYMENTS. % §eid us...

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The Telescope and the Microscope. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 3 December 1910

Til® Telescope ill the Microscope. ? * ? While the telescope enables ui to see a system in every star, the microscope unfolds to us a world in every atom. The one instructs us that this mighty globe, with the old burthen of its people and its countries, is but a grain of sand in the vast field of immensity — the other, that every atom may harbour the tribes aud families of a busy population. The one shows ns the insiguificauce of the world we inhabit, the other redeems it from all its insignificance, for it tells us that in the leaves of every forest, in the flowers of every garden, in the water j of every rivulet, there are worlds teem ing with life, and numberless as are the Stars of the firmament. The one sug gests to us that above aud beyond all that is visible to man, there ? may be regions of creation which sweep immeasurably along, and carry the impress of the Almighty's hand to the remotest scenes of tho universe; the other, that within aud beneath all that minuteness which ...

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DRIPPING AND DRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 3 December 1910

DRIPPING AM «ESS. At a meeting of the Baptist Uuion in Melbourne the other day a speaker complained that 'there was a false standard of living amongst the young men and women of Melbourne,' whom he accused of 'living on bi'ead aud dripping in order to wear fine olotbes.' He tbeu explained that the only bright spot be could see in the social outlook was the prospect of 'those conditions being revolutionised , by the Labor party.' Others critcis of Australian life have attributed the waywardness of our youth to tho allegedly . undue generosity of their diet. . One well kuown ecclesiastic, it will be recollect ed, told the people of Euglaud that, what was the matter with young Aus tralia was too much meat eating. Whether the people would be better on carnivorous or a farinaceous diet is a question somewhat outside the range of theological polemics, but whatever may be the moral effect of. different kinds of feeding the fact remains that our crime records show Australians 'to be amongst...

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CURRENT TOPICS. Advance Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 3 December 1910

CURRENT I©PS€S. Advance Australia. There is an ill-founded notion abroad in the minds of many that Australia is behind the times in pretty well everything but sin. We do not attempt to deny that she can more than hold her own in this latter department, consequent upou her great prospeiity perhaps, for 'tis a well estab, lished fact that sin is doubled in the lap of luxury before it 'feeds swine in a far country.' But a startling list of statistics published in December num ber of Life, reveals a truth of which the sober minded and progressive Cornstalk has a right to feel justly proud. ThSte we see that whilst America feeds the world, and Europe teaches the world, Australia clothes the world. That is not saying that she does not lend a hand in other departments, nor that other continents do not lend their quota to the worlds .regalia, but that 'the land of the free' leads the world, in quantity and quality, in the production of wool. 92,000,000 sheep are hard at work throughout the ...

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The Man who Counts. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 3 December 1910

The Mai who counts. ? ? I It is not tbe critic who counts, not the man who points out how. the strong man stumbles, oi' where the doer of deeds could have done them better. The credit belongs to tbe man who is aciuallv in the arena, whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood , j 'who strives valiantly, who errs, and comes short again and again, because j there is no effort without error and shortcoming ; but who does actually strive to do the deeds, who knows the | great enthusiasms, the great devotions, who spends himself iu a worthy cause, who at the best knows in the end the triumph of high achievement, aud who at the worst, if he fails, at least fails while daring greatly, so that his place shall never be with those cold and timid souls who know neither victory nor defeat. Shame on the mail of cultivat ed taste who permits refinement to develop into a fastidiousness that unfits him for doing the rough work of a j workaday world. Among the free j peoples who govern themselv...

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A Lesson in Settlement. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 3 December 1910

A Lesson in seftleaeat. ? « ? Oxe of the most striking examples of what may be done for a district by closer settlement is furnished by Walla Walla. For a generation' this fiue stretch of 'country, embracing over 50,000 acres, was used almost entirely as a sheep run, and supported no popu lation beyond the few hands employed on the station. The estate was ac quired by the Government, and made available for settlement about two years ago, and since then the whole country side has been transformed as if by magic. The Government paid £5 per acre for the land, but it was eagerly taken up, and the majority of the settlers have already made substantial homesteads for themselves. It is esti mated that 20,000 acres of wheat alone will be harvested this year, yielding up to 20 bushels per acre. There is now a flourishing town in the district, a factory employing over a score of hands engaged iu the manufacture of farming implements, while two large firms of stock agents have recently had sal...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 3 December 1910

In Graver Mood. #♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦*♦♦♦♦♦*♦♦♦♦ *♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ Articles Moral and Religious, Philosophical, and Didactical. Church Services. ' Candelo District. Oiitliolit* ?\TASS will be celebrated as under — NOVEMBER. oyth-Candelo 11. ^ j GUNNING, P.P. -Jliu.rch of Eiislttrul kameruka parish. DIVINE SERVICE will be held as un der — NOVEMBER. C — Candelo 8 a.m. (H.C) ; Kamor^alla^ (HC); 'Wolumla 3 p.m. ; Candelo 7.30. 13 — Bemboka 11 a.m; Tantawanglo 3; Candelo 7.30. 20-Wolumla, 11 H.C. ; Candelo 3 p.m.; Kameruka, 7.30. ?-7 — Tantawanglo 11 H.C. ; Bemboka 3. IGth (WcdnesdajO-Niagara^O^^^^^ Aaatralawian .IVEeth-Oflist Church DIVINE SERVICES will be conducted as under — NOVEMBER, o- Candelo 11, Pambula 3 30. Eden 7.30. Rev. F. H. Walkden-Brown. Jlrestoy tevitvn Be^a every Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m Candelo every second Sunday in each rnonJi at 3 p.m. Rev. Wm. Watts.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Record and Advertiser — 3 December 1910

SosistlpatloE CkercomSo Constipation brings many ailments in its ti*;- i ?'- . a n-i is the primary cause of almost :-!. sickncss. Keep your bowels open regu I n l- and your biood pure and you will escapc . n':;iy of the ailments to which women are su' ject. If you sidler from Constipation, the following letter will interest you. 'I was a sufferer from Constipation and its train of evils, dizziness, langoui;, head aches, and general uneasiness for some lime,' -writes .Mrs. Julia Bateman, 391 Pyrmont St., Ultimo, Sydney, 'and found much trouble in overcoming the ailment. Havin;; used purga tivc medicines with /?? , :.v; v K out any lasting bene fit, I was persuaded W, to try Dr. Morse's t-ij Vg? ^jr Indian Root Pills, f.? ) )ji and after one dose I \ JL. r was wonderfully re J iieved. I continued their use, taking them on alternate nights, and my bow ^ els were resLored to a Mrs. J. Biitzman. normal and regular From a Photo. condition, and in consequence I lost all those dreadful sen...

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